Non-CME Ancillary Event
by Blue-Zone Technologies
October 1, 1:30 - 2:15 PM ET
Volatile Anesthetics: Is a New Player Emerging in Critical Care Sedation?
Faculty: Angela Jerath, MSc FRCPC, FANZCA, MD, BSc
Volatile anesthetic agent use in the ICU, aided by technological advances, has become more accessible to critical care physicians. With increasing concern over adverse patient consequences associated with our current sedation practice, there is growing interest to find alternative sedatives. This review critically appraises current volatile use in critical care medicine including current research, technical consideration, contraindications, areas of controversy, and proposed future research.
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